The restaurant is small and intimate. The French owner is here for the long term, so he'll be upgrading the restaurant gradually. He's putting in an outside dining area, which is much nicer in the hot season than the main restaurant; a converted family home. Behind the outside dining area, he plans to put in a bowling green.
The steaks are quite good, but like most Europeans, the chef tends to overcook them. Order rare if you want medium rare.
I've dined here four times now and each time has been very good. Every day, the chef creates one 'special' dish. The previous two times I had dinner here, I tried his specials and both the pigeon and the seafood casserole were wonderful.
His house wine is boxed, but it has to be about the best boxed red wine I've every had. It's not McDonalds, so each individual portion takes some time to prepare. Just order another wine and enjoy the ambiance while your meal is being prepared.
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